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Grad School Housing: How to Bring Your Student Apartment to the Next Level

March 25th, 2016

Leaving college can seem like a big step. Say goodbye to all-nighters, wild parties, and crowded dorm rooms. Entering grad school with all of the knowledge you gained in undergrad gives you a massive head start, because instead of focusing on the social, you can apply what you learned about how to learn in undergrad […]



6 Signs of a Bad Landlord to Look for During Apartment Searches

March 8th, 2016

Sometimes, the biggest hassle of renting an apartment is dealing with a difficult landlord, which can be even worse than long and tiring apartment searches themselves. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to know just what a landlord is like until something goes wrong and they show you their true colors. Once you are tied into […]



3 Tips for Finding Your Ideal Off Campus Student Housing

February 1st, 2016

One of the greatest parts about the college experience is the social aspects of meeting new people from around the world and making lifelong friends. And while this can be most helpful during the freshman year of college, living on a campus filled with young adults can be pretty distracting once the the work really […]



Three Tips For Building Friendships in Student Housing Programs

December 31st, 2015

Besides worrying about being able to keep up with classes and fending for yourself for the first time, one of the biggest worries of heading off to college is always how you will get along with your roommate. This is completely understandable considering that you will be spending plenty of time in close-quarters with each […]



How Student Housing Affects the College Experience

November 18th, 2015

One of the most stressful experiences for any student going off to college is to find housing arrangements. With the enormous amount of students around the world attending college, there is no shortage of potential options for living situations. In order to determine what the best one is for you, it’s a good idea to […]



Looking for the Best Apartments for Students? Here are 3 Tips to Aid You in Your Search

October 20th, 2015

Whether you’re going off to school for the first time or just returning for another semester, figuring out your housing situation can be stressful and time-consuming. Between having to choose a roommate, deciding on the size of your future apartment, and a litany of other factors, you may be in dire need of some assistance […]



5 Dos and Don’ts for College Students Finding an Apartment

August 31st, 2015

Moving away to college and finding an apartment can be scary, especially if you’re moving to a new state. But with some good guidance, you can find the perfect off campus housing. Just keep these five important dos and don’ts in mind: DO: Start Looking Early If you’re looking at off campus apartments, know that […]



A Few Things to Look Out For in Student Housing

August 4th, 2015

College remains a top priority of most students who graduate from high school. In 2013, there were approximately 14.5 million undergraduate students in the United States, and according to StatisticBrain, 61.7% of college students in the country are enrolled full-time. One result of the millions of students who flock to college campuses around the country […]



What To Expect From College Dorms And Apartments

July 16th, 2015

Nearly 7 billion students attended a four-year college in 2013, and even more students are enrolling in the 629 public and unnumbered private institutions next year. That makes it more important than ever for colleges to offer adequate student housing, whether that means on campus housing, college student apartments, or student rentals, and for students […]



Are You Waiting Too Long To Look For Student Housing?

July 9th, 2015

We all put things off, and procrastination problems are pretty much the norm of college (or pre-college) life. Let’s cut to the chase. More and more Americans are attending college every year; in 2013, 6,837,605 students enrolled in four year college programs and another 6,184,229 signed up for a two year program at public colleges. […]